Tuesday, June 10, 2014

TODAY's Free Webinar: Digital Tools and Personalized Learning, Today and Tomorrow

When: TODAY at 2PM ET
Where: register at District Administration Magazine's website for more information
What: Julie Evans & Alec Iogman's webinar, "Digital Tools and Personalized Learning, Today and Tomorrow"

Join Julie Evans and Stamford Public Schools' Elementary Math Curriculum Associate Alec Iogman for District Administration Magazine's webinar, "Digital Tools and Personalized Learning, Today and Tomorrow." The FREE webinar benefits superintendents, curriculum directors, technology directors, principals, and others involved with personalized or blended learning - however, anyone may attend.

Webinar information:

Digital tools are transforming learning and teaching, and Project Tomorrow’s Speak Up National Research Project surveys provide insights into how these tools are being used, 21st century skills and STEM instruction in classrooms today. Attend this web seminar to hear from Julie Evans, CEO of Project Tomorrow, who will share recent survey findings and discuss what the future of personalized, blending learning is expected to look like. She will be joined by a curriculum administrator who led his district’s transition to a blended learning model—a 12-school pilot with a new “Centers Approach.” 
Topics will include:
  • The student vision for digitally-rich, personalized learning
  • How administrators are leveraging technology solutions to decrease costs
  • How technology is being used to personalize learning across the U.S.
Don't forget to register at District Administration Magazine's website in order to participate in the webinar. Be sure to mention @SpeakupEd,@ProjectTomorrow, and/or @Julie_EvansPT if you are taking the conversation to Twitter!

About District Adminsitration MagazineDistrict Administration is the most widely received, most regularly read publication for K12 district-level school leaders nationwide. DA provides cutting-edge coverage of education technology, news, curriculum, policy, finance, profiles and more to this exclusive audience across print, digital and in-person event platforms. Year after year, independent research has proven that no other K12 education management publication matches the reach, readership and audience engagement of District Administration.